Samsung is ready to introduce its latest Galaxy installments, the successor of the Galaxy M30. The next-gen of M-series, titled Samsung Galaxy M31, has already stirred a lot of opinions and rumors on social media platforms due to its speculated features.
It has been dubbed MegaMonster as the teaser video showed one of its best aspects. From what we saw, Samsung Galaxy M31 appears to be the best M version so far.
Basic Features of Samsung Galaxy M31
We’re going to start with the cameras because it got the #MegaMonster title for a reason. The device will arrive with a sleek 64MP quad-lens back camera module. The rectangular-shaped camera will introduce two lenses placed horizontally. Three of them will be vertically aligned, next to an LED flash.
These comprise a 64Mp main camera to shoot detailed photos. An 8MP ultra-wide lens also follows the 64MP sensor that can shoot some dramatic landscapes images. As for the other two lenses, they hold a dedicated 5MP macro lens that can capture photos as close as 4cm, for example, and an extra 5MP depth-sensor to get you that pro-grade macro portraits. Modes such as Night Mode, Ultra-Wide, and Portrait will support your photography experience.
More details on Samsung Galaxy M31
The battery, on the other hand, is the second most significant feature. With the upcoming Galaxy M31, users will get a massive 6,000mAh power that can keep in track with their daily activities. It could also arrive with some optimization to turn the battery more lasting than its predecessors.
As for its display, the Galaxy M31 will introduce a sAMOLED Infinity-U-Display. The sleek AMOLED will boast a high 20:9 aspect ration bringing a unique experience for multimedia viewing. The contrast ratio reaches a 100000:1 rate and supports an auto-adjustment to all lighting conditions. The MegaMonster that is Samsung Galaxy M31 will sure do its thing and bring all the best features so far. As for its performance, only a few details have been shared, so we should wait for more updates.
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